To celebrate the release of the new Girl X Kodak Collection, the boys took a trip over the pond to skate some classic London terrain. The Girl X Kodak Collection is Now Available at your local skateshop and Crailstore.com
Eldy always makes sure to leave the spot better than he found it. His new “Don’t Trash” Deck, and the rest of the One-Off’s from Chocolate Skateboards, are Out Now at your local skateshop and Crailstore.com
2018 was one for the books! Lets take a look back at some of our favorite Crail moments from the past year…
A rainy day under the bridge in Vancouver Featuring: Rick McCrank, Kenny Anderson, Simon Bannerot, Justin Eldridge, Vincent Alvarez and Jesus Fernandez.
Josh Gomez handles some heavy hucks in the newest Royal Loyal.
In this witty, satirical farce, secretaries Niels Bennett and Griffin Gass along with Simon Bannerot, Tyler Pacheco, Sean Malto, Andrew Brophy, Rick McCrank and office manager Mike Carroll live every female worker’s dream after discovering they share the same resentment towards their egotistical, sexist boss. When they get an unexpected chance to take revenge, they turn their male controlled workplace into a model office – even as their scheme spins wildly out of control.
It’s the summer of 1999 and what the Chocolate team thinks will be a normal skateboarding tour across the USA, turns into a race against time with a new set of rules… Brushes with the law, forgery and fraud are just a few of the startling mis-adventures the Chocolate Brotherhood have on their way to saving the only other family they’ve ever known – the Girl team. Armed with a healthy respect for their elders, and a strong sense of camaraderie, the Chocolate team faces the overwhelming responsibility of being the last hope for their Girl brothers… or are they?
Awkward in person, not awkward on the board.
The 2nd Full-length video from Girl Skateboards, “Mouse” from 1996. Based on the novel “Das Maus” by Art Spiegel.
Manchild talks about his Top 5 ways to chill while at Simon’s house in Enumclaw Washington.
Leo Takayama made the trip from Japan for 2 weeks of ripping classic LA spots in this installment of The Royal Loyal.
Manchild and his Killa Camcorder are back, this time in the streets of the SFC.